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Sarah Edwards

Sarah Edwards is a public health epidemiologist and health services researcher with more than a decade of working at the intersection of public health practice, applied research and knowledge translation within the health system across Canada. She holds a PhD (Epidemiology) and MHSc (Community Health & Epidemiology) from the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto.

In her current role as an ICES staff scientist, she is seconded to the Métis Nation of Ontario and supports Métis-driven research including both primary data collection and secondary data analyses following the principles of Ethical Métis Research and Indigenous Data Governance. Through her adjunct appointment at the University of Calgary she also collaborates on maternal and child health research.